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Area: West Dunbartonshire

The Category West Dunbartonshire is a subset of Central Scotland.

The following Entities do NOT (currently) have Records in 'Open Concerts and Recitals'. Here, clicking on a Title of interest should link you to a relevant external Website (or Facebook Page):

- Clydebank Musical Society

- Lomond and Clyde Pipe Band

 

'WDC Music represents the music provision delivered across West Dunbartonshire Council by the Instrumental Music Service and the Youth Music Initiative Team. This Website contains all the information you need to find out how to make the most of the music opportunities available in and outside of the Council.'

 

'Everyone has experienced the joy of singing at some time of their life. Singing in harmony with others can be an exhilarating experience for both performers and audience. Members of the Clydebank District Choir enjoy the pleasures and challenges of singing and sharing their music with others.'

Category Community Choirs

'Singing in harmony since 1900 ... The Choir has travelled far since those early days, but its aim remains the same: "The study of Choral music as suited to Male voices and to give the listening public the highest standard of Male voice singing." As a Choir local to Clydebank we are always keen to recruit new members, and currently have members from all parts of the West of Scotland whose ages range from 20 to 90.'

 

'Beautiful "A" Listed Building which has been sympathetically refurbished to provide an excellent venue for a range of events. Whether you are planning a meeting, conference, show, party, wedding, ceremony or grand theatrical performance - this is the venue for you!'

 

‘The music at St Augustine’s is varied and usually modern, using Hymns Old and New, Complete Mission Praise, punctuated with Taize chants, and anything else that inspires us and makes our worship uplifting and joyful! We mix and match the old favourites with contemporary stuff, and it seems to work out well! Our wonderful pipe organ is in desperate need of restoration, and this may happen after we find the £100,000 needed to restore it! Meanwhile we have a lively Music Group that includes a clavinova, guitars, clarinet, vocalists, and the occasional African drum! We make a bonnie noise ... The acoustics in St Augustine’s are wonderful, and various bands and choirs have recorded their material in our building. There is also an Accoustic Night in church on the second Friday of every month where local talent come along and sing and or play.’

 

Category Churches

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